1,000 lost on one boat – this woman hopes to name them

The people who got on that old boat in Libya came from a dozen African countries, including Senegal, Mauritania, Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Sierra...

‘We couldn’t afford fertility treatment so we risked finding a sperm donor on Facebook’

Private clinics were not an option for Lorraine and her partner, however. "It was far, far too much money, it would take me...

Coronavirus doctor’s diary: Unvaccinated patients with many regrets

This reflects the rising rates in the community - up by a third in the last week, to nearly 400 cases per 100,000....

DNA testing, sperm donor anonymity and me

Anyone who donated sperm, eggs or embryos in the UK before April 2005 was promised life-long anonymity.But has the rise of home DNA...

UK soldier deaths: Families ask why the Army let their sons down

Craig Roberts, Edward Maher and James Dunsby died in the UK armed forces in 2013. Not in war zones, but in training. ...

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Mum’s heartbreaking quest to find out how her son died without anyone noticing in...

The mum of a man whose body lay undiscovered near Cardiff Central Station for two weeks is pleading for anyone who...

2,098 new cases confirmed as North records highest daily increase to date

The National Public Health Emergency Team (Nphet) has confirmed 2,098 additional cases of Covid-19 in the State. As of 8am on Friday, there are...

Menopause, the law and discrimination at operate | Letters

Center-aged females and many others likely through the menopause working experience unacceptable discrimination. On the other hand, the law as it stands usually...